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The dragonfly can fly up to 60 miles per hour. Dragonflies are able to fly at the speed of 96.5 KM per hour equals to 60 Mph.
Overview About Dragonfly An Insect That Can Fly At 60 Mph
Dragonflies, are the ones that can fly at 60 Mph(Miles Per Hour) interestingly, only have wings roughly 3 to 4 weeks of their lives. Dragonflies lay their eggs in small ponds or bodies of water and spend most of their lives as larvae (up to 3 years, depending on the species). They don’t get wings until they go through a transformation process. So if you see a dragonfly with wings, you know his time is up.
Predator By Birth
They have a unique appendage on their heads as young dragonflies that they utilize to stab small fish or larvae, making them predatory insects nearly from birth. When you see two dragonflies flying together, that one is self-explanatory; let’s say love is in the air.
There aren’t many natural predators around that can catch the dragonfly because it can fly at 60 miles per hour (97 kilometers per hour) and view 360 degrees at all times. Frogs are among the species that employ a fast flick of their tongue to snag the delectable protein-filled food. Many frogs can flip their tongues out and back in less than 15/100ths of a second, faster than most eyes in nature can follow, let alone escape from, movement.